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Posted on November 13 at 8:09 a.m.
Priceless is actually worthless.
On Measure P Postmortem
Posted on November 12 at 6:05 p.m.
The octopus grows and grows. University Cancer Santa Barbara.
On State Commission to Hear UCSB's 15-Year Expansion Plan
Posted on November 12 at 6:02 p.m.
Nice looking bunch of guys. Of course you can't judge a book by looking at the cover. They might be hoodlums.
On Mexican Mafia, Meth, and Murder Plans
Posted on November 10 at 9:16 a.m.
How'bout a picture.
On 172-Foot Gas Rig Now Towering Above Goleta
Posted on October 31 at 4:02 p.m.
Each to their own but I would most certainly not want to live in a predominantly Islamic country. Would you? If so which one? On the other hand I have no problem with any individual Muslim per se as most of them are probably perfectly nice folks. Sort of like Republicans, nothing against them as individuals but I wouldn't want them running the government.
On Despite Persecution, Ahmadi Muslims Engage in Prayer
Posted on October 31 at 3:40 p.m.
I was opposed to the so called suicide prevention barrier on the bridge on 154 but I support this fence. The cliffs are a danger to drunk students and there will always be drunk students.
On County Approves Permanent Fencing in Isla Vista
Posted on October 18 at 5:18 p.m.
Helene truly believes that the current plan to widen the 101 will badly impact the city of Santa Barbara. She is the mayor and should look our for the interests of the city so I respect her for taking such a widely unpopular stance to try to the get Caltrans to do the right thing by the city. I'm not sure I agree with her but she is following her conscience.
On Mayor Schneider: Stop Derailing the 101 Widening
Posted on October 18 at 5:08 p.m.
Sadly our criminal justice system will have these crazies out on bail in a week and out of prison in 3-4 years. They should get 20 years in prison for risking many people's lives.
On Three Arrested After High Speed Chase and Crash
Posted on October 16 at 5:43 a.m.
It comes down to risking jobs and money vs risking a safe water supply. Risks either way. I personally would rather risk losing some jobs and taxes than losing some water which we cannot spare. I'll vote Yes on P.
On Pros and Cons of Measure P Debated
Posted on October 8 at 8:15 p.m.
How much water will all this drilling use up? How much have we got left? A yes or a no vote each poses risks but I'd rather risk losing money than running low on water. What is the difference between a NIMBY and a local activist?
On Dodging Measure P Oil Slicks